Port of Vancouver project forces Red Lion to shut

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82 people will lose their jobs as a result.

 

PSU Foundation chief steps down

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Francoise Aylmer will resign after an embarrassing episode, including a $100 million pledge.

 

Big Pink skyscraper sold

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Thursday, August 27, 2015

The second-tallest building in downtown Portland is latest big real estate holding to be sold.

 

Bend theater implements gun-control policy

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Employees at the Regal Old Mill Stadium 16 & IMAX will check bags for firearms.

 

Could 2015 be a record year for Oregon tourism?

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The lodging occupancy rate surpassed 90% in July.

 

Oregon earns plaudit from US Labor Secretary

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Thomas Perez says he's proud of the steps Oregon has taken in mandating paid sick leave for most workers.

 

Multnomah Co. developing plan for popular Sauvie Island

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Officials work with farmers, other shareholders to minimize impact from visitors.

 
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